Our expert says:
Gosh ! He does sound rather immature and insecure ! Who owns the house you are livin in ? If you own it in full or in part, or share the rent, he can't of course legally keep you out of i. As for your rights, you will need to discuss this with a lawyer, and this may be a good idea, just so you fully understand your rights ( the nearest law school may have a free law clinic ). As I understand it, in community of property will limit his ability to take everything he considers his, as what was bought after the marriage might be considered to be owned jointly by both of you.
Interesting that he complains that your family controls you, when he is seeking to control you buy his threats to walk out.
If you see a lawyer, talk about a will - understand what would happen if you died without a will ( its possible everything might go to him ) and a simple will would enable you to leave something to your parents if that is what you wishes, while clarufying what will go to him, to set his mind at rest.
Keep gently persuading him that marriage counselling might help further sort out problems he may have been experiencing with you, which can surely only benefit him !
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